Contingency factors in the configuration of information systems for continuous replenishment: a case study in Indonesia

R.A. Nasution, R.A. Nasution, R.A. Stegwee, E.J. de Bruijn

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Abstract

Contingency theory provides a theoretical framework for analysing the implementation differences in the configuration of Information Systems for Continuous Replenishment in the retail sector. The configuration can be broken down into three arrangements: data processing and sharing arrangement, technical arrangement, and information management arrangement. The contingency factors, and their influences on the configuration of these arrangements, have been explored and tested in a case study in Indonesia.
Original languageUndefined
Title of host publicationIntegrating Supply Chains and Internal Operations Through e-Business. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Logistics & the 2nd International Symposium on Operations Strategy, 14-17 July 2002, Melbourne, Australia
EditorsI. Sadler, D. Power, G.P. Dapiran
Place of PublicationCaulfield East, Victoria
PublisherDepartments of Management and Marketing, Monash University
Pages271-278
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)0-9581275-0-6
Publication statusPublished - 2002

Keywords

  • METIS-206753
  • IR-73557

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Nasution, R. A., Nasution, R. A., Stegwee, R. A., & de Bruijn, E. J. (2002). Contingency factors in the configuration of information systems for continuous replenishment: a case study in Indonesia. In I. Sadler, D. Power, & G. P. Dapiran (Eds.), Integrating Supply Chains and Internal Operations Through e-Business. Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Logistics & the 2nd International Symposium on Operations Strategy, 14-17 July 2002, Melbourne, Australia (pp. 271-278). Caulfield East, Victoria: Departments of Management and Marketing, Monash University.